Pam Temple was born and raised in Cincinnati. She attended The Ohio State University, graduating with a BS in Occupational Therapy with a minor in classical vocal music performance. She joined the Peace Corps (Costa Rica '92-'94) and upon her return to the States, formed a band and began writing and performing music with the now award-winning American Roots group, Wild Carrot.
She has been working full-time as a self-represented artist in music since 2000, touring with Wild Carrot in the United States, Canada and Mexico, and twice traveling to South America as Cultural Ambassadors with the U.S. State Department. Over the years she has sung with Cincinnati's May Festival Chorus, the Costa Rican National Symphony Chorus and the Columbus (OH) Symphony Chorus.
When not making music, she can be heard spinning it as on-air host of Evening Music and The Front Porch on NPR affiliate music radio station WNKU. She is heard often on 90.9 WGUC and 91.7 WVXU when filling-in for the stations' on-air staff.